Well, Saturday night I had what I considered to be a brilliant blog topic for today. Unfortunately, I wasn’t brilliant enough to write it down during the middle of church service at The Movement, and I completely lost it. So, instead of that, we have Seinfeld bloopers.
It’s been a few days since I’ve written anything. It feels like much longer. I don’t know if it was because I’ve been so busy the past couple days, or if I just haven’t had anything to say. What I know is that somehow the days when I don’t write just feel different.
So, the past week or so has been kind of heavy, and I needed a break from that for a bit. Since baseball season is starting up, I thought I’d share the only thing that’s ever made baseball remotely interesting to me.
The Christian church has faced no shortage of challenges in its 2,000-year history. But now it’s facing a challenge that is shaking its foundations: homosexuality.
To many onlookers, this seems strange or even tragic. Why can’t Christians just join the revolution?
If you haven’t read my last post, please do so before reading this.
My Reply To Fischer’s Response:
Mr. Fischer, thank you for taking the time to respond to explain and elaborate on your initial statement.
As a follower of Christ, I share the same concerns that you do. I don’t want to be shut up in the four walls of the church. Have you considered that they are being so oppressive and intolerant in response to the oppressiveness and intolerance they feel coming from conservatives?
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